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"One of the Penalties of Public
LKc Is to Bo Qltcn Misunderstood."
(From Wcndnesday Advertiser)
"lint tlicm prove It," said Lnnd
Commissioner .Ionium II. Tucker yesterday
nfter rending tlio report in Tho
Advertiser telling of tbo dissatisfaction
ciprcssed by bidders over tho
manner in which lie conducted tho
Join rale on tho Cnpltol stops Monday.
"I rcitornto that tho salo wbb con-doc
ted in accordance with law and I
don't think I owe tho public any explanation,"
Bo far no complaint has been lodged
with Governor Krcar against Tucker,
though it was reiterated yesterday that
tho commit.sioncr's actions nro to bo reported
and an investigation demanded.
"No charges against Land Commissioner
Tucker havo been filed with
me," said Governor Prcnr. "There aro
other sources where Uicbo complaints
can bo lodged before- thoy reach me.
Until these aro utilized it would not bo
necessary to havo mo consider any accusation
against Commissioner Tucker."
"T was one of tho few spectators
who wore present when Tucker first declared
the Mnkiki snlo closed lion-day,"
said ono of tho bidders,
"Notwithstanding the honorablo
commissioner's statement to tho contrary,
it was generally understood that
ho hnd declared tho snlo closed. Practically
ovcryono hnd left tho placo when
the sale wns ngnin resumed and almost
before tho timo it takes to tell it had
elapsed, three choice lots had been disposed
of nt prices just a slindo over tbo
upset prices. This, in faco of tho fact
that in nearly every instanco whero
thero was open bidding tho snlo prices
averaged Bcvcral hundred dollars over
the upset price. If Mr. Tucker is sincere
in his claim that ho had not
tho sale closed, tho next timo bo
officiates as auctioneer for vnluablo
property owned by tho Territory bo
should ho more plain in his enunciation.
Tho entire public would like to Vio taken
into tho commissioner's confideneo
when Biich snaps as those nt tho 'recess'
sale Monday iito to be had."
1'riends of Commissioner Tucker say
that tho protests aro being made by dissatisfied
speculators and others who
hoped to secure advantages which tho
land office could not legally grant.
"This is just one of tho penalties of
public life," said Land Commissioner
Tucker yesterday. "I am big and
strong, still know how to laugh and
smile at everything and beliovo I can
Entered of Record February 5, 1913
Waiakca Mill Co to Goo D Russoll 1
Hutchinson Sup; 1'Jnntn Co to Chas
II Aki Li
M Maycda to T Tcrrida ot nl...C M
William II Castlo Tr to Makaliko
Kaimuki Land Co Ltd to William
Niroll et nl D
Mary A Thomas and hsb to J Co-
John J Combs and wf to Gcorgo
Jcrriot and wf D
Henry Watrrhouso Trust Co Ltd
to J 1 Athertoa Est Ltd AM
Minnio II (Jilmnn and hsb to J B
Athcrton Est Ltd Add! Chgo
Castlo & Cooko Ltd to J B
Est Ltd A M
Joseph A Gilman and wf. to J B
Atltczton Est Ltd ...: D
Atttonc C Borgos to T Ilarada.... D
Tnomas I'ineapplo Co Ltd to
Pin'etar Sales Co Ltd L
Entered of Itocord February C, 1913.
aSaito to FirBt Natl Bank of
llanuwai (k) to Annie Fardcn..
James Kainakclo to J Garcia Tr.. M
Mrs Mary Hennessey to Harvey
It Hitchcock ...! A
Kali no (w) to Sam Apo V
Mrs Henry Long ct al to Mrs O
Tom Quay to Tom Ayoy ct al....P A
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co Ltd
Tr to Tom Quay Rel
Tom Quay b Attya to Charles 11
W Norton D
William O Achi and wf to Richard
Ludloff . , D
llucy liieo and hsb to Pioneer Bldg
& Loan Assn of II M
Malia Do La Cruz iinl hub o Pioneer
Hldg & Loan Assn of II.. M
David M Kupibca and wf to Gil
bert J Waller M
I'apohaku (widow) to L L Me-
Can Jltss D
Kita Kawae to Lum Yat and wf.. D
Carmina I Dins and hsb to Lena
K Mnrqucz D
Ethel Dickson and hsb to Alfred
Douso '..... D
Homo Insurance Co of Hawaii Ltd
to John E Gocas and wf ltd
Oahu Colleiio by Trs to Territory
of Hawaii D
Oahu Collego by Trs to Territory
of Hawaii .Grant
K Knlimnpehu to Piloinona (w).. llel
I'ilcmona Kalimanebu and bib to H
K KainnloplH M
Kapika Btono and hub to A V
Cooko Tr I)
James K Jaeger und wf to Manuel
M Rnpozo iJ
William It Cuttle and wf to Mut
Hldg k Loan bocy of II Ltd.., 1)
Mary Phillip (widow) to Sidney
Kidney Hpltwr to Pirt Amr aWv
& Tr C of Hhw Ltd M
Leonardo l'crralra and wf to Maul
Aurctl ui 1)
C.i.itt of Iud ltjttirttlo.
Koili Megawtt a4 wf U Uuwu
liinnunw Co ui Hawaii Jki,,. M
Puke ICjIyiHlKlk and htb to Al'
Umhf C'ltWt i4 M- WUUua
T MiKamiaH U h imrt 1 u
V vtirjTkvU l-y AU to fak f
lUwtUI, IM AM
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, PKIDiY. l?t.RUAKY 14, 1913 -SEMI-WEEKLY
liilo Picking Out Lots to Isuit Herself
Waiakca Tangle Should Be Settled
(Mall Special to Tlio Advertiser.) 1
II I W, February 10. If the (Merest1
1 1 ,1 administration 1 . 1 .1
whirl, the takes In the
Wniaken home lot nintter continues,
snd if tho fnvornblo attitude already
MtirmwMl bv Dnvles & Co. In regard to
., .. , ,, ,. , .
llm stheme Klvr itself expression In
1 release of the tract wanted, tho open-
ing of the tract should becomo a fact
within not too many months, nnd ono
of the in tho
greatest steps development
. . ... ... ....
01 tne town win navo iocn aecomp :: ' i "-" ,",, '"" ";
, . ,
C(j 'mo l,ln,lte,1i though it did not thrive
The maps which had been sent n ln lmJ ""Mons to
fontinunnco of the
Tucker l"r.t'fl venture,
were over' carefully
last week by tome of those prominently , aho onl nhiiiativiitB of tho tract, as
Interested fti !!lr " ' '"rncd at present, nro
the Waiaken homo iui . ,ra" . - '.
ninn A.nnr. !,. . o in...
gcr and .Surveyor Tom Cook, both of
whom havo an intimate personal
edge of the topography involved. This
was done In compliance with tho
gestion which Tucker made during his
recent stay here, namely that tho tract
desired be factually marked out on a
map, so as to enable tho Territory to
ilctermlno without room for doubt just
what was wanted. ,
There im no disagreement or diver-
eenco of opinion among nrcsont
as to what should bo the boundaries of
the tract. Caro wns also taken to avoid
interfering with the Bouthworth plan
for n park scheme, which was taken up
nnd recommended to tho Governor bv
tho board of trade.
. , ,.
Tho trnct which was staked off has
N Fernandez to Bank of Hawaii
Kaili Llilii (k) to Kcmoo Land Co,
Manuel Gouveia to Kunlmntsu
James W Jlcrgstrom and wf to
Marin Campos D
Mary E Foster by Atty to Ida .1 S
S II Dowsctt to Bishop and Co ..A M
Ethel Whiting ct nls to
lani Children's Hospital ...... D
Mutual Investment Co. of Hawaii
Ltd to A II Dondero Bel
.Margaret Lishmnn (widow) to
Trent Trust Co., Ltd D
Lusitana Bent. Socy of Haw. to
Francisco Santos D
Entered of Becord rVdirnary 8, 1913.
K Takemoto to Hawn Islds Packing
Co Ltd CM
Angus P McDonald and wf to H M
Coko : D
Orpha Kinney to First Trust Co of
Hilo Ltd D
First Bank of Hilo Ltd to Peter
Silva and wf Bel
Naomi M It Hip and hsb to William
Toramoto Tokizo to T K Lalakea..C M
Daniel K Kalai and wf to G W
Cnrolino ct al to Liknna B Lia-
coin ot al P D
L B Lincoln and wf to First Bank
of Hilo Ltd M
Joo da C Pimental to First Bank
of Hilo Ltd M
Levi Nnkaula et al to Eddlo Ka-
Richard Ludloff and wf to Albert
L.ncoln L McCandlcss to Notice. Notice
Benjamin F Hollingcr and wf to
Bank of Hawnii Ltd M
T IC Bipi and wf to Norah Keawo D
Kapiolani Estate Ltd to Trs of M
Estate of James Campbell by Trs
to Kapiolani Estato Lta ...Par Bel
Knpiolani Estnte Ltd to John M
P A Schnefcr and wf to Kaimiloa
Hinau Exchgo D
W E Rowoll to Mary C Alexander D
Entered of Becord February 10, 1913,
Pcknna II Kapoo by Atty to Ichi-
taro Ilarada L
Abel Cathcart and wf to Harvey
It Hitchcock Jr et al D
Benjamin Deniz ot al to C Bolto
Moko Keahi and wf to John A
Angus P McDonald to Joshnn C
Bad way P A
Angus V McDonald adv Lowers &
Cooko Ltd Attachmt
Mary L Bowen and hsb to William
M Vincent . '. Bel
Howard D Bowou and wf ct al to
John Kahniilolio and wf D
Chnrles II W Norton to Mabel A
JnmcB Bock and wf to Taisuko
Banzai Saloon Co-P D
Banzai Saloon Extn Co-P D
Enoka W Palnu and wf ot al to
William Henry D
.T It Kehniiek nnd wf to Lnn D
.1 A GnnnnlveH to Klin. T. T Bow. !
Panlaa Hook (widow) to Mrs Annlo
Annie Knmai nnd hsb to Pioneer
Bldg & Loan Assn of Hawaii.. M
Louisa Kcoucula and hsb to
Bldg & Loan Assn of Hawaii
0 B Cockott to Notice Notice
Lnukcla, (w) et al to Kemoo Land
Kcku LUIH (k) to Kcmoo Land
Lnu Slice (widow) to Trent Trust
V Yuiniiiiioto et ill to Kowu Tract
Trent Trut Co Ltd to M K Goto, Rel
MiiliMohl Goto nnd wf to Mutual
Invitmt Co of Hawaii Ltd.,.. M
Kiilered of Becnrd lVlminry 11, 1913.
Mr .liilln bmythe to John H Hnto L
liUlkn Kuulliue 11ml hsb to 0 Matilda 1)
W L DmoIo to U (1 SM)i)g L
David fl ('orrm awl wf to
Uuh M t'rrt ,,,.,,,,,,,. I)
Vfiyuiiiro KauiiM to OUi U Klutf
l'oUuim LjiyMiui v4 y( te Mu.
utm Irtiii ..,.., I)
I'tlUIIUII i,WMtliltl HI.J wf (0 llU'
liitt Vuuimu . . . . . . . J)
Illilil LtllHTIIU! UImI Wf (u Il(,l0
kuluW i& ... i)
IMiMt UitlMt4 to UiiU4
the following boundaries: lloololu
1'nrk nwpntlon, the 'rallrun.l propnty
B"d track towards Olna oh the wist
,, , Wnoa 0 tl0 norll
wlu the exception of the rcrervitlloi of
strip several hiiiidrcd feet wide.
''.'"'"R rnoro or less tho bank of the
i.ver nnd tbo pond: on the west tho
Wnlnkc.n Mill property and on tho
south the beginning of tho bad Umii
" l"" Punn direction, 'litis tract von
,ni." considerable fiat land with wide
I' - HeliM of shal ow soil. As a matter of
fnnt nn nnrti, 41ir.rf.nr nntiA wn nt nnn
"o unciiinis, a pig rancner nnj
'Ini'nan, who nppcar to hold sub-
cn8C'; n,,.cr ',ho4 Waiakea Mill Co. It
'" n,.t "j""'' that there will bo any dif-
"f""? .cnnAC!d by thcso "ma" hold'n?,
B01""1' would bo tho removal of tho
l? ,,0T' ho consumptive home and
tlicpowlcr house from tho tract
nn"v Bet out
Tl, '""P of the tract, showing tho
l"0""'!"''.?? f" T" 'T aYmVe' ,,wn"
fpn' ,a8.t. .n? wc''. "
!?"c "p.aining tno proposition,
"'-""' "-" -"
tn'n frnm.. tho following clause
P(1 'n.a "Mwved from Tucker Inst
WS', . . .
, ., ,
. will assist you and tho good
pie in Hilo in every way I can, nnd
B soon aa tll0 mnt, ia to hnna r w(!I
interview Messrs. Davies & Co., Ltd."
Jno It Moniz nnd wf to City Mill
Co Ltd M
Mnrin Tavarcs (widow) to Henry
Imuda et nl to Mrs Mnry 8 Bnrros.B S
Thomas A Burninghum and wf to
Bishop Trust Co Ltd M
Bill Kiwaha nnd wr to Hakalau
Plnntn Co L
Tnincs Kawai to Hakalau Plantn
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co Ltd
Tr to Hattie K Kawaauhau and
A H Perry to Bcssio Young and
hsb .. Rel
Emnly MakamnknoU (widow) to J
Kaui anil wi l'
Jose Tares Jr to Manuel do B
Manuel It Tilheiro and wf to May
K Brown D
Amelia S AIvcs nnd hsb to Antono
Napoleon K Pukui to James Armstrong
.Toeph Fernandez and wf to Jon-
qulm A R Arieira D
Joaqulm A It Vielra and wf to G
G Motokawa nnd wf to Joaqulm A
R Vioira M
THINKS HONOLULU IS
II fINE PUCE, BUT-
You Ought to See Saskatoon in
Saskatchewan, Says Mayor
His Honor the mayor of Saskatoon
is in town.
Hon. James Clinkskill, mayor for
thrro times of tho thriving Saskatchewan,
Canada,. city of 28,000 people, 'is
visiting Honolulu seeking rest and quiet
und hns found it. Tho Paradise of the
Pacific is.nuturc's health resort ana
ho bays he's glad ho eame here, but
he deplores tho fact that it takes a
Canadian-Australian liner to make tno
trip in eight instead of three or four
"You've got the greatest plnce In
tho world, if only transportation facilities
nnd hotel aeeommodatioas can ro
provided for tho rest of the world,"
said Mayor Clinkskill jvaterdny.
"When I first arrived I thought everything
you) hnve in tho way of attractions
might peter out in a few days,
but I've changed my mind. You'vo
plcntv hero to see, but its tho quiet and
rest one gets here that is tlio chlot
factor. 1 came away hoping I would
heir nothing of my placo, nnd oven
nsked that no newspapers or anything
pertaining to tbo city's affairB bo sent
Tho mayor, however, does not give
nil praise. Ho thinks the town is rath
er dusty and that something should ue
iloiin to mako tlio city look cleaner,
Ho is also looking into tho status of tlio
city of Honolulu ns a municipality and
is asking many questions as to tlio
ownership of the water works, electric
light and gas systems, sewer system,
street railroad nnd docks.
In Saskatoon tho city owns all those
public utilities. Tho city hus a mayor, a
council nnd commissioners, Tho mayor
and council ara nU'cted. Tho council appoints
tho salaried commissioners who
perform tho executlvo part of tho city's
activities, the council retaining the
i legislative end. Tlio mayor it elected
for n yenr's term.
"Having all these public utilities,"
said Mayor Clinkskill, "our comiiiis
nionnrs ure ruther busy men, for tliy,
have to run a street railway In Addi'
Hon to looking after tho iiu)rnl
Tim mayor in n uueit at the Moulin
auuu voun qor.n wow,
l you kimw tUl hum r djtujw
tmiM iu m hmww mU (tun lu liny
ulkw ut tit) minor giliMMitcf fm
mt fy It Ult OtMnibrUH'
(feugi UMMtl, Uwifttijbly rUiiW
HrifknaliMi, mi riJ ytunutf ?
mi M uulfkly l'lhlf Till. rn
J wlv U w mU br Uwwm. Kutlili A (,.,
m., iwu itr sii fitvmim
WILL VISIT HILO
Tourist Liner Cleveland Arrives
With This Message Has
Merry Crowd Aboard.
ARE PLEASED AND PLEASING
Big Ship Flies "1915" Banner at
Fore Will Depart for
(From Thursday Advertiser)
When next tho Hamburg-American
liner Cleveland arrives in Hawaiian
waters on a world-cruise sho will first
visit tho town of Hilo and all the passengers
will bo takon to tho Volcano
of Kilnuc.1 nnd given aii opportunity
to witness ono of the world's
wonders, nfter which all will
come to Honolulu, enjoy a day or two
here, and then proceed to Now York
via Orient and Mediterranean ports.
This was the information given by
C. L. Vogelsang, tho company's
on board, shortly after tho
vessel was released from quarantine
off tho port of Honolulu yesterday forenoon,
and is tho direct result of hoarty
cooperation of tho Hamburg-American
Company with tho promotion commit
tee, after a couple of years'
The entry into the itinerary
of the Hamburg-American Company's
world cruises will mako that
voyage ono of the most complete that
could bo planned.
Oahu Smiled for Tourists.
Tho Cleveland was a little late in
nrrivjng yoUerday from San Francisco
and, nlthough expected off port by
oight o'clock, Captain Kier did not
havo her up to tho quarantine area
until lonjr after nine, out he urougnt
the vessol up quickly and displayed
much seamanship in maneuvering tho
As tho promotion committee's boat
ncarod tho ship, shouts of "Hooray!"
camo from tho steamer, whilo those
aboard cnlled "Aloha." Tho promotion
launch was well filled, n number
of young ladies being aboard with
loads of beautiful and fragrant leis.
The flowers caught tho eyes of tho
multitude at tho rail and they seemed
eager to have them on board.
Tho ship 'was passed by the quaran
tine doctors about a quarter to eleven,
when those in tho munches were per
mittcd to go aboard. It was a merry .
crowd which rqceivod the tois around
their neckR and hats nnd many shout'
cd their appreciation for the American
outpost in tho middle of tho Pacific.
The liner was brought iato port and
alongside tTie Alaken wharf . without
mishap, and thero tho travelers woro
grcotcd with n musical welcome by the
Hawaiian hand, tho band of ,tbo ship
playing in return.
It was a voyngo uneventful in many
respects, as tho passengers arc just beginning
to get acquainted. Tho
nge of all the travelers is a little
alove that of the procodlng crowd
which was 1 nnded at San Pranciseo,
and has not altogether struck its best
gait in tho way of entertainment, out
after limbering up a bit in Honolulu
this crowd is expected to finish at Now
York as ono of tho jolliest ot all tno
jolly crowds that have cruised around
Mayor Jay T'ern was na imposing
figure us the first citizen of Honolulu
on the promotion launch. Ho was recognized
by some who had previously
made the trip ami was grecteil witn
many friendly shouts. Ho welcomed
the malihinls to the city.
The Cloveland is proudly bearing a.
Panama-Pacific International Exposi
tion flag which it flics at tho foremast I
!..! 14. irt alnntfinnn. lm.- tl.n T .. .T I
uuiiu, j. .a mi. ."w
I. E. flng Is becoming recognized in all
shipping as nn international flag.
Hooghly Elver PlUkla.
The Cleveland is hero a day ahead of
her usual calling time, in order thaf
timo mnv be gained nt Calcutta should
the Hooghly River tido bo such that
tho liner will ho delayed thero agaia i
ns it was on tho way East.
A few evenings mm thn Clnvolnnders ".i j
i.nr ..li ..nt tnnt),nr n.,.1 nmd the
best of a splendid evening. Tho music
j 'i i . ....,., i..,n.
at the ball, Mrs. Gaguer being voted
one of the leaders.
Whilo tho Cleveland on her eastern
tour had Hnnan, the millionaire shoo
man ns one of its principal attractions,
11 man who gave princely dinners in
nlmost over port, tho Cleveland this
time has Philip K. Wrigloy, tho chow-
hue imin man whoso Spearmint brand
la tii'i'ntiiini. well known. In honor of
.i. .... t..i r ... w.ii.. ..... ..i,.i-
lull uir.wil " iiiikiwj jvo.wc.B1
May i. Co., the local agents, hud one,
nf ... .1 ....... hi. uln.lnum .tr..,..l In mint:
.-. ----- o I
for tin' oecnslon. Tlio wrigiey pnrty
Is composed of Philip K. Wrlglov, wil
.-'..-i ! iu ...i.n.u .u iuuuuiw - -p... - -- -- - .... uuwunu.j
homo industry nnd tho mattor may be . 'or the proper conduct of tho business
injected into tno rough anu tumnio "' 'e nouse. . .1. i,oeino, tno
bate that will mark tho Introduction ' ed Maui politician, is said to bo out
' "v ,""" K"" "uu l""""J
J'vwliui lambs' wool dressing- gowns,
the majority leader ' smile only broad-
' llc rcf8ei1 "Bltated.
lbim Wrlgley Jr., 11ml Mrs. William ,, f w h(,M (ie n,,..
ung when eeven members passed tho
Federal Bite Man Here, I ,,i,y,jCal examination and woro sworn
William II. lUistla, at ono time a In u members of the guurd. This
noiiiiiu'e for (lovernor of , pany, which U being rtod by Becoml
.Mlniifmitii, and v. ho vUlted Honolulu LUniteimnt Kolb, will bo composed en-about
ten yearn uo im u upeelal agent Urely of whltn eltlnciu of Honolulu. All-of
tho twiiury deparlmeiit to select o ' u(),cr .0tinif of the company
for the federal liulWlnif, l milk-1 lf,u for rwrultlni,' rvlr will be im
I11K llin tour on tho Oltvvlanil. Mr. on BUUr,iUv evoiilnir. Ai oow a tun
j;iiMi 011 mjimiiK upiotvn iook a i"
nl ibti MalmkailtP, wljoro hi ifWW
buiWioji way I bull!, and I4 b
H Jll IVII UNI! fljill .,,',, i.,M.
pari ( il. ii vi Url4 and Ibai
wUIm In y un bij yy Iimp Mgalu.
Itto fwlwal )ui) bud nwiiriW (h UH
aar4 fur iu tluu uvir it ike r
maiuder u( Urn blil UegtuM by IflUK.
Curl Wmilisi'i au4 Hilioi tri
WinU iu llunululu )M Hi"- Ut
KmMI was lh pflurifHst wf Ml
l lM44ad ut th raptlfl uttMafe
la ioUUu tu IU f4w) bll4iK alto.
Me made this predHHom "When you
("Unite yoH' iij brlldlng you will ri
'Hve inctrMgei from ft Governor of
Mr n wjor of Jupllrr mid from a
chamber of commerce In flsttirn. Now
this l not ex traonllniry when you think
that only twenty-five years after Cap
tain fok Iftinlod nn the shores of Hawaii,
Kranklin wns flying a kite Into
the clouds. went to the iuneral of
Mono tho inventor. What would Morse
say today if ho knew nioeiugoi were
sent without wires."
This address was mndo on January
S, 1003, nt the celebrntioigof tho landing
of tho enblo on tho shores of Oahu.
Mr. Kustis also made a particular Inquiry
ns to the progress Hito Is making
in getting a public bulldlnit.
West Largely Represented.
Tho West is largely represented In
tho passongcr list, and n largo proportion
como from California. In fact,
thero is n largo delegation of
who will bo unofficial ambassadors
around tho world for tho San
Prnnclsco and San Diego 1D1B expositions.
.Seasick t Yes, thero was somo
aboard tho first few days whon
gales woro scurrying across tho Pacific,
principally up and down tho Coastj
but tho seasick ones woro mainly tboso
who hnd novcr bofore been to soa, for
the vessel is nn exceptionally fine trav
Captain Kier is pronounced a splendid
seaman and a capital host, and liis
lnmo bids fair to rival Cnptain
as n skipper.
Thero were big crowds on tho Alakoa
wharf to meet tho passengers, who
pnssed along tho gallory betweon lines
of curious kamaainas and many people
from tho samo Stato or city found
.ich other in tho crowd. " Tho
were pleased with tho aspect of
tho city. Thoy rodo around tho city
in rapid transit cars, saw about
that could bo seon along tho
principal roadways, and then dropped
off at tho Moana Hotel, whero n flao
luncheon wns servod. tho stowards of
tho Cleveland acting in Mint capacity
at tno uotoi.
Duko Kahanamoku, tho champion
8wiimiier of tho world, was soon spotted
as ho lay on tho sandy boach, and
in a trico was snapshotted by scores
of cameras. Tho Duko stood tho test
well. Tho travelers walked around tho
big champion, admired his muscles, aad
wondered how ho attained his tremendous
bursts of spcod to mako hint tho
Dr. It. W. Swan, of Worcester, who
has been in Honolulu boforo, finds
ninny changes in tho city.
H. M. Gilbert, tho North Yakima.
Washington, resident, who is traveling
with his family of nino, is ono of tho
interesting men aboard. Ho is carrying
scores ot boxes of apples producod in
ins orcnariis ana will show them in all
tho cities he is to visit.
Thosa which ho cave horo for sam
ples wore certainly good apples, and
if the rest aro as good as the samplo
the "Gilbert brand
will bo a wmcr.
Tho Cleveland will leave for tho
Or cnt at five o "clock this aftornoon.
M;W YORK. .Tanuarv 29 A real nn
tlonal wceklj, to bo published at tho
government oxpense and to be circulat
ed to every voter in tho Unitod Slates,
is advocated by Rudolph Spreekels, tho
California millionaire, in a letter to
President-elect Wilon. Spreckois, who members from that island will join
organized tho Republican Progressive forces with them to overthrow tho
Wilson Club, insists in nts lettor that I " Czar, " as tho Valley Islanders term
the people nr0 not taken enough into tl.o Kohala man. Tho story goes on to
the confidence of tho government. They relate that Georgo P. Cooko was offer-fail
to understand what is going on, ho- ed tho speakership by those
tho attitude 'of officials is ing tho opposition, but declined with
represented. So ho would have n thanks and determination. C. II. Cooko
ly newspaper published at government was also approached, sayeth rumor, but
expense and sent to all Voters giving ho also would not think of it.
the actual news of every department, Tho real truth of tho situation, how-of
government. t ever, feums to bo that opposition to
The acts of tho President will he ox- Holstein's election would matcrializo
plained by thnt official and so on down woro an ono to bo found with sand
th line. Cabinet officials ,would tell enough to load tho fight, but tho Dom-why
they wire doiug curtain things ana auntie minority has, apparently, no
this would be especially useful, says , ne with tho exporienco or ability to
Mr. Spreekels, in tho case o; tho score- "" tho billet; hence Holstein is
the three departments that are tically assured of tho sponkorship. Ka-most
under firO wwowhi, tho lono Homo Ruler, was
L-. I bitterly opposed by tho West Hawaii
Republican candidates in the roeont
UNDERWOOD'S PARTIALITY I o'oction and on this nccount is Bald to
FOR FOREIGN-MADE HATS havo to W Ha 'M Holstein.
WASHINGTON. .Tanuarv 30. Mn -
ioritv Leader Underwood was thn hutt
I. t & 1 !11 .1
VL juucii guoil iiuiaruu rmiierv luuu
Ils the result of tho disclosure at the
tariff hearing yesterday that ho was
partial to headgear mado in Italv. jlr.
Underwood produced bis brown felt hat
'Hoover from a witness what was
', "wt of manufacture abroad. Re -
puuucan niemoers pi me commiueo
f l'e tariff revision bills in the houso
Mr. Underwood received tho
' witI' ' 1s1 imperturbability,
W''en ",0 'l'9 Hopubllcan eolloagues
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Underwood's wardrobe might disclose
!' V of Lnglish walking suits,
rmr AMl7liiir HATimlni
UflumilClllU llHIIUIlnla I. ...11..1 T lu ' .
GUARD HA0LE Hcpubllcan support,
UUHItU nHuuc uumrHivi . .
The first meeting of members of what
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metmty number uro enliMM Ihw oin.
Wmv will bo ufllflsllv ori!ull, fter
wllcU H) ,jw, mm$,
DISCHARGED WITHOUT HONOR
I'rival Matls tswllb, Troap A, Wnit PwImI lnu ytwr m ami was sap
Vmmb rvUt, livluii wilJilaJ uiiawiiala jf lW WmI I'ImI fwllwll tnu:
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G. 0. P. CAUCUS
All Representatives Will Be Here
and the Plums Will Be
H. L H0LSTEIN FOR SPEAKER
Contests Are on for Various Jobs
and Wire-Pulling Friends
Are Very Busy.
(Prom Thursday Advertiser)
A caucus of tho Republican member!
ot tho house of representative will be
hold Monday aftornoon, hour and place
to bo announced later. It is expected
tho full G. O. P, strongth will attend
tho caucus, which will tako up important
matters, such as tho selection of
tho spealror, houao patronage and other
mattors of a kindred nature.
The West Hawaii dologation is already
in tho city. Tho lour aro H. L.
Jlolstcin, Kauplko, Kaaua and Henry
li. Kawowckl. Representative (Sheldon
of Kauai is tho only Garden Island
member hero, but tho other three, J. H.
Coney, J. K. Lota and It. P. Spalding,
will arrive Sunday morning. Doctor
Huddy, of tho East Hawaii delegation,
is already in tho city, and Norman K.
Lyman, Dr. A. Irwin and E. da Silva
will arrive Saturday morning. Tho
Maui delegation will como in a bunch
on tho Claudino Saturday night. A. F.
Tavarcs, Ueorgo P. Cooke, Waiaholo,
Wilcox, Goodness and Makekau, tho
latter a brother of Senator Makekau
of Hawaii, form tho Maui delcgatioa.
Tho Oahu twolvo aro all at home.
Only two of tho local men will havo
tho password which will ontitlo them
to admission at tho Republican caucus
and those are Norman 'Watkins and C.
n. Cooko. All tho members,
with tho exception of Doctor Irwin
and Henry Kawowohi, wear tho
0. O. P. button, which will opoa tho
caucus door to thom.
Easy for Holstoin.
II. L. Ilolstcin, according to current
report, will have an oasy timo getting
the support of his brother Republicans
lor iSpeaker and Damo Rumor has it
that ever, among tho dissonting brethren
aro many who will support tho Hawaiian
Cannon for tho chair. Still, one
prominent niombor of the houso stated
yesterday that tho Democrats would
possibly unite with several disaffected
Republicans and endeavor to porsudao
Representative Sheldon 'to wiold tho
gavel during the coming session.
According to this samo party tho
three returned Maui members havo not
forgotton their old grudo against
litenry is an important factor to
, reckoned with in tho house, for ho BwaTs
the full Homo Rulo strength and also
Afirnila ir.,tl. nAwMnntl..
--a "u6. .Buuaiij,
' Woodward will undoubtedly roccivo
the full Republican support for clerk
of the house, his past oxperionco and
' ognizod Rencrnl efficiency standing
. him In i good stead,
1 " ;rto bo quite a fight in
" """" " in-
for the office, as it is also said that
tho full Maui delegation is opposed to
tho proposition. His chances are nil.
.lames II. Hakuolo is also after tho
intrrpretersbtp and expects tho Republican
support, but his chances havo been
threatened by Eli J. Crawford, who ha
just resigned the office of Hawaiian interpreter
beforo the police court and
who is now openly canvassing for the
houso position. It is claimed that
Crowfard has tho better chance of the
two and will, once tho scrap between
them is threshed out, bo given tho
ACCUSE ARMY MAN
OF STEALING GOWNS
BIIKI1IDAN, Wyomlnr. January 20.
Lieut. J. h. Weir, of the Eighteenth
Infantry,, stationed at Fort
baa been arrested accused of stealing
gowm from the quarters of Cupt. J, H,
Cecil, of the mmu regiment.
nt Wlr Imi bp"ii on IiaII ami
his arrwt kept m Mrt as posilblo.
Tlin llivflu are nllognd In have been
niiiiiiilltiM ioiiiu motitlii nn In the lib-H'
(torn (lie il of Cnptain and
Mra. CetU, tiutUiu wlilfli llmw Mautaii.
mil Wt4r au4 hi vvlfn occupiixl llm
('Mil iitiMrtern. Mm. Wrlr U Ih 'Ji-
mmiimkiii wow v,iii itrailuatM from
.llnln (Wil U Iw Wal)liiiliii
wtuM ka Uu uaiia In rajlra a uitdal